Hon. Abass Adigun Agvoworin’s Unruly Behaviour and Disregard for Party Structure


In the history of political disgrace and unbridled arrogance, few names stand as prominently as that of Hon Abass Adigun Agboworin. His journey from obscurity to infamy is a cautionary tale of indiscipline, addiction, and the utter disregard for the very fabric of democratic governance.

As a member of the Federal House of Representatives, entrusted with the solemn duty of representing the will and aspirations of his constituents, Hon Abass Agboworin has shamelessly defiled the sanctity of his office, tarnishing the noble profession of politics with his unruly antics and contemptuous behavior.

The genesis of Hon Abass Agboworin’s political career is shrouded in controversy and backroom machinations. His ascent to power was not fueled by merit or public acclaim, but rather by political patronage and cronyism. It is a well-documented fact that other aspirants were strong harmed into stepping down for him, paving the way for his undeserved victory. However, Agboworin will never think twice before biting the fingers that fed him.

But Hon Abass Agboworin’s transgressions do not end with his dubious election victory. No, they extend far beyond the ballot box, permeating every facet of his public and private life. His tenure as a member of the House Committee on narcotics is a cruel irony, a grotesque testament to the depths of his depravity. For here is a man who epitomizes the very vices he is tasked with combating – addiction, indiscipline, and moral turpitude. Those who gave him this narcotics business has noticed that only a thief can recognize the footprints of another thief on the rock ( Ole lo mo ese ole e to, lori apata ), and they he is the round peg that can fit into the narcotic round hole.

His behavior towards Party leaders in his local government is nothing short of contemptible. With the arrogance of a despot and the petulance of a spoiled child, Hon Abass Agboworin has repeatedly flouted Party structure, treating fellow members with disdain and disrespect. His actions betray a staggering lack of decorum and civility, qualities that are essential for any public servant worth their salt.

It is high time that Hon Abass Agboworin heeds the lessons of history and learns from the mistakes of those who came before him. The world of politics is replete with cautionary tales of fallen giants, once-proud leaders who succumbed to the allure of power and paid the ultimate price for their hubris. Take, for instance, the case of Mike Tyson, a man whose meteoric rise to fame was matched only by his precipitous fall from grace. Despite his undeniable talent and athleticism, Tyson’s career was marred by controversy and scandal, ultimately leading to his downfall.

And yet, even in the depths of his despair, Tyson found redemption in the form of humility and contrition. He recognized the error of his ways and sought to atone for his past transgressions, emerging as a beacon of hope and inspiration for countless others. Similarly, Hon Abass Agboworin would do well to emulate the example set forth by Muhammad Ali, a true legend in the world of boxing and a paragon of virtue and integrity.

Ali’s unwavering dedication to his craft, coupled with his unwavering commitment to his principles, ensured his enduring legacy as one of the greatest athletes of all time. His humility in victory and grace in defeat serve as a timeless reminder of the importance of humility and self-reflection. It is this humility that Hon Abass Agboworin sorely lacks, blinded as he is by his own arrogance and self-importance.

But let it be known that the wheel of fortune is ever turning, and no man, no matter how powerful or influential, is immune to its capricious whims. Hon Abass Agboworin would do well to heed this warning and mend his errant ways before it is too late. For the same Party leaders whom he so callously disregards today may very well be his salvation tomorrow.

In conclusion, Hon Abass Agboworin’s behavior is a blight on the political landscape, a testament to the corrosive effects of unchecked ambition and moral bankruptcy. He must recognize that true greatness lies not in the pursuit of power or prestige, but in the service of others and the humility to admit one’s faults. The path to redemption is fraught with peril, but it is not too late for Hon Abass Agboworin to change course and reclaim his dignity and honor. The choice is his to make, but let it be known that the consequences of his actions will reverberate for generations to come.